According to Ice-T, Body Count have officially started the mixing process for their new album “Carnivore.“ He tweeted the following:
Body Count have announced that they will be releasing a deluxe version of “Bloodlust” on July 26. The effort will be available in a hand-numbered deluxe package housed in a clamshell box. It will be limited to 300 copies and it will come with the b-side tacks “Extreme Discipline” and “Blood Sport.” 100 copies will also include a randomly inserted signed photo card. Pre-orders for the U.S. version can be found HERE, while pre-orders for the European version can be found HERE. It’s worth noting that the European edition will also include instrumental versions of “Civil War” and “No Lives Matter,” as well as a live performance of “Cop Killer” from the 2018 Hellfest Open Air.
Last month, Body Count revealed that they were starting the recording process for their new album “Carnivore.” However, Ice-T has since confirmed that the writing sessions are not completely finished yet. According to him, the band currently have “7 of 11 songs done.”
Body Count have entered the studio to begin the recording process for their new album “Carnivore.” The band confirmed the news in the below Instagram post:
Body Count will be hitting the studio in April to begin the recording process for their new album “Carnivore.” Ice-T confirmed the news in the below tweet:
Ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo joined Body Count onstage during the band’s June 29 set at the Tuska festival in Helsinki, Finland to perform the last part of their “Raining Blood”/”Postmortem” medley. You can see footage of that below:
During their set at the UK Download Festival, Body Count were joined onstage by Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta for a performance of “Cop Killer.“ You can see footage of that below. Jasta previously guested on Body Count’s “Pop Bubble,” however, they did not end up playing that track.